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Object

Preferred Strategy

Representation ID: 27731

Received: 02/08/2019

Respondent: Cllr A Wood

Representation Summary:

DEPRIVED EASTERN AREAS
In regards to the recent development plan we have been shown in APP, we need to look at the funding implications for redevelopment of the beach and the housing needs/restoration of the flats area? This has to go into the RLDP.

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Object

Preferred Strategy

Representation ID: 28013

Received: 19/09/2019

Respondent: P & W Broilers Ltd

Agent: Gordon Kenyon (Kenyon & Company)

Representation Summary:

The preferred strategy advises that the Pensarn, Towyn and Kinmel Bay areas are subject to flood defence improvements. However, the preferred strategy is entirely silent with regard to details of any flood improvement works whatsoever. It is considered quite remarkable that, whilst deprivation and decline in these areas is clearly acknowledged, no proposals whatsoever are detailed to improve flood defence measures and reduce flood risk over the forthcoming plan period.

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Object

Preferred Strategy

Representation ID: 28014

Received: 19/09/2019

Respondent: P & W Broilers Ltd

Agent: Gordon Kenyon (Kenyon & Company)

Representation Summary:

In light of the deprivation and decline acknowledged, the preferred strategy announces promotion of an Eastern Regeneration and Investment Area Initiative as part of the preferred strategy itself in order to avoid further decline in these vulnerable areas and to ensure that the plan contributes to the creation of resilient communities. Notwithstanding such, there are no further details provided whatsoever regarding such regeneration and investment initiatives.

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Comment

Preferred Strategy

Representation ID: 28154

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Natural Resources Wales

Representation Summary:

We note that para 2.50 refers to defence improvements and a hold the line (HTL) policy. The HTL would refer to the shoreline management plan policy option of maintaining the existing coastal defences (rather than improvements). We have not been party to any discussions regarding such improvement works, although we appreciate this may be at an early stage. We would advise that TAN15: Development and Flood Risk states ".... government resources for flood and coastal defence are directed at reducing risks for existing development and are not available to provide defences in anticipation of future development...".

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Comment

Preferred Strategy

Representation ID: 29223

Received: 28/10/2019

Respondent: Denbighshire County Council - Planning Policy

Representation Summary:

Consultation with Denbighshire County Council is appropriate, particularly in terms
of the Eastern Regeneration and Improvement Area and neighbouring strategic
employment sites given that there is potential impact on any proposed sites in
Denbighshire's new Local Development Plan 2018 to 2033.

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